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Tissington Hall, Tissington, Ashbourne - home of the Fitzherberts

The Peak District covers much of Derbyshire and parts of Staffordshire, Cheshire and Yorkshire. There are numerous interesting towns such as Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton, Leek, Matlock and Wirksworth, plus many enchanting villages

Tissington Hall


historic interest
Tissington Hall is the 17th century home of the FitzHerbert family in Tissington Village, a few miles north of Ashbourne. Wonderful furniture, paintings and porcelain collection.

Tissington Hall
0 - Tissington Hall
Tissington Church
1 - Tissington Church
Tissington Church - Fitzherbert memorial
2 - Tissington Church - Fitzherbert memorial
Tissington Cottages
3 - Tissington Cottages
Ordnance Survey Grid Reference: SK176523 Click here for Google Maps

See location on Streetmap.co.uk



How to get there

By Road:
from Ashbourne or Buxton, Tissington lies just off the A515 road between these towns, about 5 miles north of Ashbourne.

By Bus: the 441 Ashbourne to Hartington bus goes to Tissington.
When is it open?

Open for guided tour only - parties by arrangement - from 12.00 3.00pm. No pre-booking necessary, on the following dates:

Easter Week: 17 - 20th April

May Bank Holiday: 1st May

During 3 Days of the Well Dressing Festival: 29th - 31st May

Summer Opening MONDAY - THURSDAY ONLY: 31st July - 24th August


What does it cost?

Hall & Gardens - Adult £10.00/ Children (10-16yrs) £5.00/ Concessions £9.00

Gardens Only - Adult £5.00 / Children £2.50 / Concessions £4.00

Check the Tissington Hall web site for prices for special events.



Prices and opening times are shown as a guideline only and may vary.

Website: http://www.tissington-hall.com

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